Non-credit card payment methods

Discussion in 'Online Stores and Purchases' started by jelmew, Apr 29, 2010.

Apr 29, 2010
  1. jelmew
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    Member jelmew GBAtemp Regular

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    Hi all.

    Sorry for asking, I couldn't find this information while browsing shoptem. I was wondering what the non-credit card payment methods were. I live in europe and credit cards are not very common here.

    Gr.
    Jelmew
     
  2. hunnymonster

    Member hunnymonster GBAtemp Regular

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    I live in Europe too - and credit cards are way too common here, leading to uncontrollable personal debts for some... you can load PayPal (for example) from a bank account instead of a credit card, there are pre-pay Visa/Mastercards out there too - even in Europe.
     
  3. jelmew
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    So it is possible to use paypal trough manual payment? I once looked around for pre-paid credit cards here, they are impossible to find in my little country.[​IMG]
     
  4. hunnymonster

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    Well according to RyanAir prepaid MasterCards are available in the Netherlands... and I know for sure that the unruly neighbours to the south have them (I'm making a rash assumption that your flag is correct)
     
  5. DSGamer64

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    If you don't have a credit card, you can still pay through your bank with PayPal, credit cards are only there to make transfers instant so that if you don't have the money in your account, it gets charged to the credit card. Since you don't have one, it would take around 5 to 7 working days for the transaction to be completed.
     

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